This article discusses the Netflix film The Next 365 Days, including the premise, release date, cast, and trailer.
The third installment in the 365 Days franchise is almost here. The trailer for The Next 365 Days was released last month and offered some confirmation of what came next, given where the previous film ended. Of course, this doesn’t mean the end for all of the turmoil for our lead couple, so there is still plenty to cover in this third film.
Where will Laura and Massimo’s relationship go from here? Here’s everything we know about The Next 365 Days:
Netflix film The Next 365 Days premise
As Netflix describes – “Laura and Massimo’s relationship hangs in the balance as they try to overcome trust issues while a tenacious Nacho works to push them apart.”
Our opinion of the premise
There’s a lot to unpack in The Next 365 Days, by the sounds of things; a lot has come to pass in the previous two films in the franchise that presumably will need to be tied up in this film given that the trilogy so far has been based on Blanka Lipinska’s three-part book series, so will likely come to an end here too. It’ll be interesting given the considerable runtime and how efficiently it manages this – there’s a lot of potential for things to get drawn out if they cover too little, and likewise, there could also be an unsatisfying lack of closure if they try to do too much.
The production team
Directors: Barbara Bialowas, Tomasz Mandes
Writers: Barbara Bialowas, Tomasz Klimala, Blanka Lipinska, Tomasz Mandes
The Next 365 Days cast
Here’s the cast confirmed:
- Rebecca Casiraghi.
- Michele Morrone.
- Anna-Maria Siekluca.
- Simone Susinna.
The Next 365 Days Netflix release date
The Next 365 Days is set to release on Netflix on August 19th, 2022, and of course, anyone wanting to watch the latest original film will be able to do so via their usual subscription.
Is there a trailer for The Next 365 Days?
Yes – watch it here:
While not for everyone, it sounds like The Next 365 Days is set to deliver for fans of the erotic/romantic genre. As a saga that has played out over a previous couple of years, it will be good to see how the story concludes and whether or not everyone gets what they deserve at the end of their arc. I’m sure it is likely to be fairly standard in terms of what these types of films offer, but it will serve a need and a purpose all the same.
Will you be watching the third film in this trilogy? What are your thoughts so far? Comment below.